I was recently assigned to document a communication project in Malawi run by the Swedish development cooperation organisation We Effect. The project entails a Swedish woman living and working side by side with a female farmer in Malawi for three weeks. We Effect posted a job advert in Swedish media were they looked for applicants for one of the worlds toughest jobs; being a female farmer in a poor country. About 600 people applied for the position. Karin Kling, a pediatric nurse […]
Here’s a few long exposure sea shots from La Digue Island, Seychelles. These are all shot with the Sony A7r and the Zeiss FE 24-70 f/4.0.
Obolo Club, Seychelles. This resort had its last clients 15 years ago. The owners are nowhere to be seen. The place is falling apart, but its location is as beautiful as always, right by the Indian Ocean on Mahé Island. Check out this link, this where I collect all my visits to abandoned places: http://www.adamphotography.se/Projects/Abandoned-places
Yesterday I did a promo shoot for Andreas Tjärnberg, OCR Athlete in Team Sweden. OCR stands for “Obstacle Course Racing” and is a fast growing sport around the world. For more info about Andreas and OCR, check out his website (in Swedish): superkroppen.nu
A few days ago, me and a friend did a story about the Zambian radio show Tikambe. “Tikambe” is Nyanja and means “Let’s talk”. The radio show is a youth-led programme focusing on sexual and reproductive health. The show is sponsored by several international donors such as Swedish Sida and BBC Media Action. Our story will be shown on Swedish TV within a couple of weeks
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I just came back from a camping trip in Kafue National Park. Me and a few friends spent a couple of nights in the bush surrounded by Hippos, Elephants and Lions. We did three game drives and luckily enough we saw Leopards every time! This female had a cub and wasn’t very happy to see us. This is quite a relaxed young male. A very venomous tree […]
These are shots from a few days ago when me and my friend Anthony Heads went to Engsholms Slott to do promo photos for his company Anden i Glaset. Anthony is a real life mentalist and performs all over Sweden.
The Woodland Cemetery, called “Skogskyrkogården” in Swedish, is a cemetery located in the south of central Stockholm. Its design, by Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz, reflects the development of architecture from Nordic Classicism to mature functionalism. The cemetary was completed around 1920. It has some notable interments, for example it is the final resting place of Greta Garbo. In 1994, Skogskyrkogården was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Last year I switched from Nikon to Sony, a move I’ve never regretted. I shoot with a Sony A7R and I love the camera. With this being 1st generation technology from Sony, the A7R obviously has some flaws. For example, the AF is quite slow, especially in low light, the shutter is noisy and the ergonomics of the camera isn’t that great. The announcement of the Sony A7RII has been long awaited, yesterday it happened. According to the specs, Sony […]